Stu’s World XCIII

Hello everyone. I promise one of these days I will get back to writing regularly. I have a several posts in my head at moment. One will be ready this week. We have finally hired some new hands for the yard. Three newbies. One knows nothing about lumber or driving a forklift. But workers are… Continue reading Stu’s World XCIII

In Loving Memory Of Matthew Kirkhart

Today marks 9 years since the Lord called this amazing young man home. There is not a day that goes by that he is not missed by Angie, his brothers or his friends. A baby was born recently to a friend of his and they named him Matthew😊

His memory forever living on!

Something to Stu Over

Dear Matthew,

Matthew Kirkhart

Just wanted to write this for your mom, brothers, and friends.

I have heard so many loving stories of your life while you were here on this earth from your mom and I wish I had the honor of knowing you personally. But the Lord called you home before I had that chance. And that is ok. For I know beyond a shadow of a doubt where you are….you are where, if we were all honest with ourselves, want to be…home..and I know that I will get to meet you there.

Matthew, your life impacted so many. And for that I praise God. The stories of your selfless acts of kindness to others, your genuine love for others, your love for God and your love for your family will be memories that many will carry their whole life.

God will continue to impact others through the example you…

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Burden of Confession

Wow! This right should be preached from many a pulpit!

Kathy nails this one! And her confessions…digging deeper really should hit home with many of us if we as honest with ourselves.

Kathy, thank you so much♥️

Maggie Tiggles

God has given me a burden of confession. It started when He laid this on my heart:

Sometimes, when I want something that I know I shouldn’t, I don’t want to cry to God for deliverance from temptation. “I want it, I’ll have it,” is what goes through my mind (either subconsciously or right in the front of my brain). This mostly concerns food, but to what other areas of my life does this apply?

This is a serious sin, Lord. Thank you for showing me. I confess. May I always run to You.

A month later to the day, my sister in Christ, Julie Dibble, wrote about revival and repentance, here: . God increased the burden.

Since that day, this post has been bubbling and burning in me, to write about sin and confession and repentance.

In the Old Testament, God gives us a picture of living in…

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Stu’s World XCII

Hey everyone. What a week we just had. Due to the hurricanes our lumberyard has and will continue to extremely busy. There is no lumber in south Louisiana. So the boss man has ordered an extreme amount to help with rebuilding down there. We have already had several contractors order from us saying they will… Continue reading Stu’s World XCII

Sunday Music: Endless Praise | It Only Takes A Spark This was our go to song every summer at Camp of the Pines. The camp were I counseled for about a decade. Oh, the joyful memories of camp as I watched these young people grow into adults before my very eyes. This song will ALWAYS hold a special place in my heart and not… Continue reading Sunday Music: Endless Praise | It Only Takes A Spark